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Fragtime Blu-ray

3.5 star rating out of 5
4 Reviews
SKU: 816726026336

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About Fragtime Blu-ray

Fragtime contains the film directed by Takuya Sato.

All Misuzu Moritani has to do is think about it and, for three minutes, time seems to halt for everyone but herself. But three minutes isn't long enough to go anywhere and come back, especially when you can only do it once a day. So, mostly Misuzu just amuses herself… until she makes the mistake of sneaking a peek up the skirt of a classmate she's been crushing on and it turns out that Haruka Murakami is somehow immune to Misuzu's powers! Oops.

And now a really embarrassed Misuzu has to make it up to Haruka. Double oops. Even if it means getting into a "relationship". Wait, what? With great powers come some really big apologies and maybe a new romance as two girls take a little time off from the world!

Special Feature: Japanese Promos.


  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Powers, School Life, Yuri
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 60
  • Year Created: 2019
  • Release Date: 8/18/2020
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

4 reviews

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2 star rating out of 5

A Pretty Meh Adaptation


I didn't love the Fragtime manga, but certainly didn't hate it. It's definitely one of the more unique yuri premises I've come across, but it's one of those things I felt didn't live up to its potential, and the movie feels that way even more so. The movie cuts some of what I felt were the more compelling parts of the manga and leaves it feeling even more watery. It's not garbage, the voice performances are solid, the animation is pretty (but not anything to write home about), and the vibe is pretty chill and sweet, which can be perfect depending on what you're in the mood for. But I would by no means call it worth the $20 price tag. If you really want to see it, wait until it's on sale.

4 star rating out of 5

Enjoyed it. Feels like a fragment of their memories


I would have to start by saying Fragtime is definitely not your run of the mill anime film. The animation studio definitely structured the visual storytelling of this anime to match it's theme, or it's literal title, to feel like a Fragment in Time. To be precise, the settings in which the characters interact doesn't feel as if it is all there. It bears a similar style to some of Studio Shaft's anime like "Puella Madoka" or "ef a tale of memories/melodies" in which the structures of buildings or surroundings just don't really feel like they are there at times. This coupled with how each scene played out definitely feels like the two characters were in their own world.

The story itself along with it's thematic message, tells of 2 girls who are of the total opposite in the student hierarchy, yet the irony of how they both want the same thing in their social life along with the struggles of self expression and validation from others that are strongly present in most adolescents.

4 star rating out of 5

The second half is where it's at (at least for me)


The first half is a pretty standard yuri. Not bad, you have your seme and uke in a way and the titillating antics that pursue. But by the second half it turns into a character study. You learn both about these two characters with how they think and it got pretty captivating. It struck me with how relatable it was. Without going much into it, I sympathized with Murakami and her struggle. It’s always nice seeing these different kinds of mindsets in anime. It really made me view this movie in a different light. Even if it wasn’t relatable, Fragtime is still a pretty good movie. The only things I would’ve liked to see were some extension on some plot points and side characters. If you’re into yuri and have a hour to spare, I would recommend this one.

4 star rating out of 5

Not bad...it's okay.

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The film is okay. It is a cute story. If you haven't read the manga (which I haven't) before watching it than you might have a different view of it if you have. It definitely starts off interesting. It makes you want to know how things will turn out. It is kind of a short runtime, I think just 50 min. So take that in consideration. I do think it is still worth owning as the story is unique enough and the animation is well done. But I would buy it unless it is on sale between $10-13 due to it's length. Like someone else said, $20 is pushing it; wouldn't pay that much for it unless you're just a big fan of the writter/artist.